San Juan Islands Conservation Districtlast updated: September 2015

To work with landowners and residents to achieve their conservation goals through developing sustainable land use practices that protect and conserve soil, water, and other natural resources.

The San Juan Islands Conservation District serves all of San Juan County and was founded in 1947; it is one of 45 local conservation districts overseen by the Washington State Conservation Commission (WSCC).

The San Juan Islands Conservation District helps landowners conserve natural resources by providing free services, project “cost share” funding and technical assistance.  As one of the States 45 non-regulatory Conservation Districts, we help residents throughout the San Juan Islands achieve their goals for land stewardship and productivity.  We are committed to conserving and enhancing natural resources in the San Juan Islands for farming, wildlife, public health, forestry, recreation and residential uses.  Your Conservation District staff is available to listen and work with you.

Contact San Juan Islands Conservation District

Contact San Juan Islands Conservation District

Linda Lyshall
District Manager
530 Guard Street
Friday Harbor, Washington  98250
Phone: (360) 378-6621
Fax: (360) 378-2445


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • San Juan County, Washington

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